Washing powder?

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  1. amanda maxwell

    amanda maxwell Well-Known Member

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    Im finally gonna sort out baby clothes and get them washed. I know this sounds silly, but I usually use bold and comfort. Is that ok for the baby?
     
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    Any brand is fine I think as long as its non biological. I use non bio anyway as bio irritates my skin. Some people say not to use fabric softener but I have on the baby clothes x
     
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    I'm still so confused on what we should use. I figure once baby is here his things will go in with ours, so I've just switched us to non bio liquid and using normal conditioner

    Xx
     
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    Use a non bio powder or liquid like non bio Persil or fairy if using fabric softener use comfort pure x hope this helps x
     
  5. amanda maxwell

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    Thanks girls. Yes very confusing as I got a little free fairy in my bounty pack so thought I should be using something mild but wasn't sure :/ xxxx
     
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    I can't stand the smell of fairy...maybe a pregnancy thing.

    We have always used non bio....If you're going to add softener...I would add less than normal to babys clothes xx
     
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    Their skin can be very sensitive so non bio is a must. Xx
     
  8. umbongo

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    IMO the ecoegg is the best and you never have to buy powder again! :) x
     
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    Don't think bold is non bio but could be wrong iv switched ours to fairy xx
     
  10. amanda maxwell

    amanda maxwell Well-Known Member

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    Ok i'll have a look in the supermarket tomorrow :) a non bio with a touch of softner xxx
     
  11. umbongo

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    Most brands have a non bio version I think. X
     
  12. Sam2013

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    It's up to u if u want to use fabric softener everyone has the own opinions on it lol x
     
  13. amanda maxwell

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    Ive always used it. I do use comfort pure tho so might stick with that. Thanks! :)
     
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    I've used the fairy non bio liquid gel stuff as you can usually get a huge one on offer somewhere and it smells lovely. I also add the white fairy conditioner, the one with a pic of a baby on the front x
     

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